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Mayaguana

Colonel Hill
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Unspoilt. Untouched

Mayaguana, an island inhabited by maybe 200 people (the numbers decreases each year) is quiet... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
IamEesh
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Nassau, New Providence Island
Unspoiled and Authentic

If you like to walk beaches where yours are the only footprints then make the journey to Mayaguana... read more

Reviewed 30 January 2017
CJBGray
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Toronto, Canada
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Relatively undeveloped and populated by only 400 inhabitants, this scenic island is a favorite destination of boaters.
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Mayaguana, an island inhabited by maybe 200 people (the numbers decreases each year) is quiet, untouched, unspoiled and crazy beautiful. The seas are a clear blue, the sand - soft and white. The people friendly and smiling. If you're looking for a place to really...More

1  Thank IamEesh
Reviewed 30 January 2017

If you like to walk beaches where yours are the only footprints then make the journey to Mayaguana. It is now serviced by Bahamasair from Nassau twice a week. But if you want to really up the adventure quotient you can do what I did...More

4  Thank CJBGray
Reviewed 15 July 2015

Mayaguana Island is one of the most beautiful of the Bahamas Out-Islands – pristine turquoise water, beautiful sandy beaches filled with conch shells, and a near-constant trade wind that keeps you cool regardless of the temperature outside. We stayed at Earnell “Shorty” Brown’s Baycaner Beach...More

10  Thank ve3ikv/w6
Reviewed 5 August 2014

I just returned from a nice 2 day stay in Mayaguana (as part of an 18 day Bahamas Out Island vacation) where I stayed at the Baycanner Bay Resort. This is NOT the place you want to be if you desire nightlife, action, entertainment, etc....More

13  Thank papafox
Reviewed 17 August 2012

Wow, there are amazing corals in the 2-3-4 foot deep range, 30 feet off the beach so even a 5 year old escorted by an adult can see coral structures which usually only exists in much deeper water ! I stayed for last week and...More

3  Thank Mark k
Reviewed 18 June 2012

We were a party of six who wanted to explore Mayaguana from a comfortable base - we found that Baycaneer Beach resort was the ideal hotel. Warmly welcomed by Shorty and his team we enjoyed 2 nights there. The rooms were large and comfortable and...More

10  Thank 261SandraL
Reviewed 25 March 2010

I recently visited the island and had the most relaxing week of my life... I stayed with a local family in Abrahams Bay. The island is very quiet sparsely populated, the people are extremely friendly and go out of their way to see to it...More

6  Thank sweetsurrender
Reviewed 25 August 2009

My wife and I visited Baycaner Beach Resort in the spring of 2008. We enjoyed the price, the cleanliness, the attentiveness of the staff, and the quality of fishing and beach combing. This is a laid back place with relatively few guests (when we stayed)....More

18  Thank cjl3
Reviewed 10 June 2009

Our Family was there for a week and stayed at the Baycaner Resort. The resort was very nice, clean, and the staff was the friendliest we have seen on any island. Shorty drove us to all our excursions and was very informative about the things...More

8  Thank oceanplease
Reviewed 22 April 2009

Good for "alone time". Or at least at the side of the island where we were anchored at. Nice diving scenario as well.

2  Thank beckybeachgirl
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